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The Road Not Taken 



Two roads diverged in a yellow wood, 
And sorry I could not travel both 
And be one traveler, long I stood 
And looked down one as far as I could 
To where it bent in the undergrowth; 

Then took the other, as just as fair, 
And having perhaps the better claim, 
Because it was grassy and wanted wear; 
Though as for that, the passing there 
Had worn them reaHy about the same, 

And both that morning equally lay 
In leaves no step had trodden black. 
Oh, 1 kept the first for another day! 
Yet knowing how way leads on to way, 
I doubted if I should ever come back, 

I shall be telling this with a sigh 

Somewhere ages and ages hence; 

Two roads diverged in a wood, and I — 

I took the one less traveled by, 

And that has made all the difference. 

Robert Frosr. 



DEDICATION 

MRS. MINNIE HYLER 




"The world would be better and brighter if qlk 
teachers would dwell on the Duty of Happiness as well 
as on the Happiness of Duty, for we ought to be as 
cheerful as we tin, if onty because to be happy our- 
selves is a most effectual contribution ro rhe happiness 
of others." 

Sir John Lubbock 

Minnie Hyler has certainly done her part to :nake the 
world better and brighter. Anyone who has. heard her 
humming down the hi Is or chuckling to herself over a 
Student theme can attest to that. 

Her pleasant disposition has made many a reluctant 
English student like British lit, in spite of himself. Her 
love of English is, quite simply, contagious, 

Mrs. Hyler was educated at Appalachian State Uni- 
versity, receiving, both the B,S, and M.A. degrees, She is 
rhe wife of George Hylet and the mother of two grown 
children, Nancy and George jr. She is also the doting 
grandmother of Katy and Ryan, If you don't believe 
they ate the smartest, prettiest, and most talented chil- 
dren ever born, just ask Mrs. Hyler! She even carries 
pictures ro prove if! 

Mrs. Hyler has been at Surry Community College 
twelve years, and in that time she has influenced and 
enchanted many lives, both academically and spiritual' 
ly. 

Fot her Contribution to all our lives, we happily 
dedicate this issue of the Lancer to her, 





BOARD OF TRUSTEES 




Seated CkdcJi.ilinjiTn. J^can t)i Admini.u(j[iv* 5#tvicrs John P. frank: Eteanor il.ftmsi', Mrs w 1 . httcJuttW. Qstar w\S. Smith. funding: Vf , Friflk Comer; Fletcher 
fliffifc Robert E Merlin; Floyd E Re«. Dr, James M. Reeves, Dean of Student 5crvkr>; Dr, SwinsQn fticlmrd*. PfrrtideiH: B F. FolgcT.Jf,; Mfs- Hi! Sluart 



The Board of Trustees of Surry Community College has thirteen members. Each of the following appoints four of the Trusteed the 
Governor of North Carolina, the Surry County Board of Commissioners, and the boards of education of Mount Airy, EJIsin, and Surry 
County, The thirteenth member is the President of the Student Government Association, who is an e* officio non-voting member. 
The twelve appointed members serve eight-year terms,, but the terms are staggered SO that three new members are chosen every odd 
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PRESIDENT OF THE COLLEGE 




DR, SWANSON RICHARDS 



A graduate of Appalachian State University, and Florida State University, Dr. Swanson Richards has been president of 
Surry Communiry College for twelve years. He served in numerous positions in the Surry County School Sysrem before 
coming to the college. 

Dr. Richards sets a good example for us students through his leadership roles i/i several organizations within our 
county arid stare. His outstanding personality and service to our college distinguish him as an excellent president. 



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LANCER STAFF 




Front row; Kdl)- Hiact. Middle row: Nancy Booher, Cheryl Siewarr Back row: Melissa Moore. Melisa Roberts, April Corn. 
Sandra Llewellyn, Susan Heath. T»rtf>my Corder 




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STATEMENT OF PURPOSE 



The purpose of Surry Community College is to enable citizens of our area ro increase rheir skills and knowlege. "To each His Far- 
thest Star" is an appropriate motto. Surry Community College wit! fulfill its purpose by; 

— Providing, through open door admissions and within the statutory and fiscal limits, programs and insrrucrions which will give 
each student the opportunity to stari where he is and progress toward his occupational and educational objectives. 

— Ensuring that when each student has successfully com pieced a program that he will have the skill and knowledge to meet the de- 
in and s of the job for which he has prepared or to transfer and succeed at another institution 

—Providing social. Cultural, and recreational activities to assist students in developing their Leadership and social skills, their 
appreciation of aesthetic values, and a more productive use of their leisure time. 

— Developing effective ways of evaluating college programs, ro make adjustments as needed, and to make appropriate reports to 
the public. 

— Encouraging and stimulating the innate desire lot leading, 

—Making Surry Community College a stimulating *nd rewarding place to work and study. 



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Ate you h-mous: 



G* «ll ><"wt Rami whit [lit 
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Arnold Sthw-irjerw)^!, l-W>1t Out! 




The Joj; kidi love to bite 





The "weightier" msictei of cdiiCaSiCui 



Fending time it the 100 



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YEARBOOK SALE ACTIVITIES 




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SCC CONCERTS 




CHRISTMAS CONCF.RT 



LAHN AND LOI11N 



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TEACHER APPRECIATION DAY 



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When free food is mcmiocud, rhtj ill come tunning. 



Mrs. Branch ii ciughf whilt «* 
tempting i five- fin eer distoum. 




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Mfi. liytn s [herd crip [tiiough the Ime. 




"I forgot mf (imfey." 



"Ah! Thew-'s nor hinj£ iikt (*limn^ ifte-f $li vine, ewe* i hoc move jIL day.' 



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Science reichrn inCic»W (hei* mass. 




Jot Maye i» t«fs(ic pvtf final Ly geittng hi* high school diplonu, 




thirds I'm £o!n£ to- be sick." 



"Hi, Sweetie, how ibout i due* 



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CHRISTMAS 




PBL's chow down 



CHRISTMAS 




Well, it's not a Cabbage Parch, buc it's i doll. 




PARTY 



The Ctorisimas Elf stops, off ar SCC. 



G<*g FtllJ patiently wiici for the Chnlcnui Elf to viMc him, 

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Randall Sttoupc'i fir i» wrapped for Oinsima;. 



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CKittrt'fi Bullin ii crewnrd Mind of fl-cnoi 




TfMy Hooter if crownrd ChnHflf)»t Quern 



CHRISTMAS 




DANCE 



Shtkc it. Biby! 



Gn down! 



Ltfi g« Foorloost' 





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IT'S NEVER TOO LATE 





Mothci and diufbcrr Mirpjfn Wrllcr (ri^-hc) ind Diinr M^COfmict 



Computer Science itudcfci Djvid Sin^lrton 




Today older people are find- 
ing that returning to college can 
bring new self- worth to them- 
selves new life to today'* soci- 
ety- "People help those who 
help themselves/' 




Selena Adarrn, Bultncst-Compuicr Programming 



Pat Bailuio, i student of Compum-AefOutiling 





Accounting Technology xudem* Grlte Smth. Mildicd Cliostc, and Onfall 0>ri«flb*Fty 



Mlk,t Kill, i f"tln-,:njl Ij^iiir HuJcj':!, jlld 
Mite Mcmrgomwy 



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LAMBDA EPSILON OMEGA 



The primary objectives of the society are to encoufage the profession a Lis.cn of personnel of Criminal 
Justice agencies, to attract high quality pre-service students into the field of Criminal justice, to stimulate 
academic achievement among Criminal Justice students, and to promote public understanding of the 
problems aM objectives of Criminal Juste agencies. 




Qfflcm: Kf lly Hiarr, Vkrc-Ptmide-nc: Rkhic Simfiiotu, President;, h*ck idw DicwJJ 
Itutchcns. 5ergeiiu-«-t\rms, Beckic Owtnj, Secretin, Danny Borroms, Trtinartr 




L£C) Club Metnbcn: front Ron— Mr. Hsn&on. Libbf Lynch, Ann HirnJef. Second to*— Dor]i» Able*, Sunn Hrith, 

Bcckit Owriii, Laura Briiulr, Dars Collins. Bick row — Sindu Llfwtllyn, Ricliie Simmons, Jetty Edwardi, Djnr^- Divi*. 
Danny rkmnrnj, Will mm Bntcn, Not pictured— 'Dan*-]! HuTchtdi! and Kelly EiijiT. 



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STUDENT ADVISORS 





FfLjiii row Jison HdJjucs. Djnj ftracndirtl, Trcrva CirriMrv Bt<k iOw; ftry*n d*T. Ebnny Duchim, Hid 
!iiJi;nr Durryl Bfack 



The Student Advisor Program at Surry Community College is a program 
in which second-year College Transfer students serve as a big brother/ 
sister, i helping (Wend, or a small-group facilitator to the first-year College 
Transfer students. The program is designed to help individuals understand 
rhemsetves and to attempt to understand and help those with whom they 
come in contact. 

Ail of us use coping mechanisms to deal with life's everyday pressures. 
Some of us use these mechanisms more effectively than others. Some of us 
find these everyday pressures overwhelming and feel as if we have nowhere 
to turn for assistance. For most of us. discussing our concerns openly can 
be the first step in Coping more effectively. Hopefully, the Student Advi- 
sors will be someone the college transfer students can confide in and from 
whom they Can get help. 

Each helper is selected on the basis of his maturity, interest in helping 
others, ability 10 relate to Others, and willingness to complete all of the 
training sessions, 

Each peer helper is responsible for ten to fifteen students. During the 
first month of Fall Quarter, each advisor meets with his or her group for 
one hours each week at a time convenient for the group, During these 
group sessions, the freshmen have an opportunity to discuss Concerns or 
ask any questions they might have. Group topics might focus on such 
topics as transfer information, how to adjust to college life, how to make 
friends, and how to make decisions 



Sponsor. Mti- Sue Jinfii 




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WHO'S WHO 



These Students were selected from nominations of faculty. Staff, and counsel* 
ofi on the basis of academic and extracurricular activities, citizenship, and 
potential for future achievement. 




Lathi C. Allen, Jr. 
Tereia j, Arkin* 

Philip w. Bidden 

Phillip L. C Bti-onjr, 

Gayte R. ttrown 
John A. Bryant 
Jame* Kevin Bmcham 
Tommy Bryan Cave 
Tim my H, Co*d« 
Virginia Diane CuILot 
Rogtt All*n P?Kr»lt*f 
Dinny Gilbert Diiihim 

Swia N. f \\ !". 

Terr ia Arm G-.fr*Pfl 



Kiihj Lynn Goirti 
Coby Grey Goujjh 
Teeft Rert-y Gregory 
Giyle Branch Griffith 
Donna Livon Gunnell 
Donald Lee Hani* 
Jason Leon Hodges 
Carol Johmon Hotion 
Ruber- t. Tiucnmi 
Stdrmy G. Jon**. 
fcWb* Denis? Ki-k 
Jiiwt F±y* MtDowill 
Robin Mooney M-irs-h 
Leonard Franklin Pi'rersun 



Clin S-orw Forser 
Molly Belle Rerre 

Dana Lynn Ro-«pdahl 
Jtirxtict Danltj Shelron 
Freda Jean Snow 
RlionJ* Lj'Jin Snow 

Judy l.Ou Sptaf$ 
Shaflene B. Toone 
Lin Anne Walkup 
Tim Rjv UFaisoii 
Ellen Itkniti Wei; 
Jane Hod-jej Wyan 



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SPANISH CLUB 







The Spanish and Trench clubs enjoy ■ j*jh1 Chfijimai party. 





El Club dc espariol de Surry Community College rtune 3 tos alumnos que tienert no Iriceres unico; EL ESPANOLl El 
club ks ofrtcc a tstoi alumnos ]a opomimcM de tener esperiencias relacionadas a la ltngua yilj cuicura <ju.e no se 
puede obtenertn clase. Tambieri, to* alumnos asistcn a dramas, haten una fiesta a h Navidad, y ajrudan eada primavera 
con la presentation del Fofeign Language Festival a<jus a la universidad. 



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JOURNALISM 




Front HM Dinyl B!i«lt, Cheryl Lowrjulic BnnCm; Tunmy CdnJrr; MkhcLk M»>on. Kelly HiaR- Second W*r. MjIcSu Pot. Sclciu Adim*. IWky Aldridgc, 

A(i*-i»^ Bryan Cm; }*$dsi Mortis. Third to»; Lynn Gamti!*; Jc*| Hi^t^Jiy 8ufri». i",.ir-rii 5pen.ee, 



Lancer Purpose! 

The students in Practical Journalism learn the fundamental techniques involved in laying out a yearbook and a newspaper. 
Working on ihe LANCER and SQUIRE'S VOICE gives srudenis practical eKperience in journalistic writing, editing, and 
compiling final layout forms. 



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STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION 




The purposes of the Student Govern- 
ment Association of Surry Community 
College are 

To promote i mutual respect between, 
the administration and the student body. 
To encouiage an interest in school ac- 
tivities- and concerns of the student body- 
To provide a lorum for public discus- 
sion of student problems and acridities. 
To establish and encourage leadership 
and involvement in student activities .. . . 



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Fun row: Charlmn Bullin, Liu Waikuji. Kai* McDevtri, Efinda Alien, Kip 
Tnomas, Jt nnlftr Thomu. Second tovr. Pave Birwitrr, Gayz BrtwHfr, JiK>n 
tiodiici. Rhonda Sno«, D»na R*«n <Ji1iL Liunv Witt*, Third '««■: Lyftn 
P-ij;£»n*. Itaky E»fOft, Cilery) S(c**W. PhiJ B*d£ttf. T(jc> Hook**, fjreg 
Felts, and Ttacir Pairici 




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SGA tponsoicd a free bftakfiM Ira i» at ChfiitmM, 




OrtWm. Front io*: Rhonda Snow. Treasurer, Dana Kowtidahl. Hntorian; 
C.iurlrcji Bullin, PrciiJrm. Back mi J^isn H&jg;i, Partumcn(*ri*n; I.jv.x 
Win*, SeCntiry; Gnrjj Fdf, V ke-Pie (idkflt. 



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CIRCLE K 



Circle K International is [he largest colle- 
giate organization in North America, Circle 
K 15 i mean* for forming friendships and 
working in a common Cause with Other stu- 
dents and simply having fun. Circle K'eti 
want to make this world a better place, not 
Only for themselves, bur for everyone else. 

The foundation of Circle K is caring about 
people. Circle K alio develops personal lead- 
ership skills and the growth of personal imcin- 
tive in analyzing the needs of Our environ- 
ment and attempting to find solution* for 
them. 

Our motto is, "We buitd/' 




Officers: Vice-Presiifcrii, Trtcy Hooker; President, Dirty! Slack, Bick 
ra*; Histonin, Saj-idt-i Llewellyn; Sccreraiy, Cheryl Siewsirt; Trenwer. 
KdJy HiMt; Rrtlwftwntiitui], Mark Hcrolcy. 




Circle K msitcA the rjcdurrics wird it N.G Biptist Hbipitil far * Hallowe'en 
party, 




Front row; Dim CoUiftJ, TrtCp Hooker. Daffy] Bbefc. SnUfl Kwih- 
SecofiJ row. Smdn Lte*J*llyrt. Qttg pel!*, Clwty! Srwin, Kelly Hun.. 
Muk Heruley. Jinei McDowell, Piuli &inlev (idviscn), Thind row: Jeff 
Myrlck ind Jennifer Gray 



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PHI BETA LAMBDA 




Uurk Wan*; Robin Mirth;. Trwto Atttiw; 

)ut\\ Sprjfi, Kevin BuKliim, Liu Waliup, 
Kelli MiiTin: TfrtM Gjrns-on; Shcfmm 
Ijycll, AdvisSr; Stoimy Joticj, Kara MfDf- 
vi(t, Lynn Rij$g4n*. hS atgUH W'ellcr. Dime 
MtComutk. jnd Gj>c Bicwsitf (stjxedi. 



Fht PBL riub hud fun it ih; Chruimu puny, 



Oirieen Kevin Butrham, TleUum, Ci'.t BrewUrr 
Pn»iilrfl[. Liurie Whtj. Vice-iVt? jidem; Tents* Atkini, 
S«frt»n/; Lynn Rij^arvt, HiMCiiin; RofcurvVlirsk Pirlw- 



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Purpose; 

The purpose of Phi Beta Lambda is to 
educate students in the expectations of the 
business world. This is accomplished through 
leadership conferences, which are sponsored 
by National Phi Beta Lambda. 




COLLEGE CHORUS 



The SCC Chorus follows the community college ideal of active community involvement 
for anyone and everyone interested in participating. People of all ages and all walks of life 
come together for the common goal of creating beautiful muiic, Not only is it a learning 
experience, but rehearsals for various performances at area churches and civic clubs make it 
a most enjoyable experience also. 




A h.ij>h%h< Of the Chf istmii Mason \i the -collrge chor*i concert. 





Difyl Bixk.Julu Btantsn. Terrt Brintlf .Caisdi Byi4. Butty Orftpolijimic Cobbtrr, Dt\onti* Combs, Tanya Cook, Shrila Cote. Patricia Gwt, Shirley Edmonds, Shiran 
fc'jsjclt. Sue tlrirfnh, Kevin Gxoee, Ivy Hraef, Susm Heath, Aneiibe!!* tovill, J«v Mirtin.Trevi MeGreth, Cirtt Moore, Kent Ouiliw, Teresa Por. Karen Ritchie. 
Serjfin Silflido. Drbarah Shritofl, Walter Stanley Simmons, lennifa Thonui, Kim Viyghn, CfyfWl VtKCf, Uur* Wilts, Lany WcXmOreUniJ, Lite Whrtalwr, Stanley 
Witkner, Fonda Younger. 



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Skctccr loses lirr filse teeth while per r'oi m ii>£ at iht concerr 



Dr. Wilts says. "Aw' cmoti. guys. ■ didn'r rSfcin. to g« rhe biejftH apple.' 




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"Well, Hook* lifer rt'S )"H >Ou mid me agtin, kkftki.' 



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WE LIKE . . . 




Playing Rook 



Watching "Ghosibuscers" play 




Getting back eo nature 

Mr. Elurchcns' "invigorating" classes 
Playing intra murals 





Keeping icore 




Travelers on the Road 





DimLva Abels 



JtMW Ac*v*do 



LuAnn Adimi 



Srtrna AdjniS 



Jan AUrnl 




Bfnrfldo Allen 



TC. Allw 



Tammy ALlgOCd 



Jlwi^hl Ailctd 



Mott'a Allrtd 



J**n Amthim 



Liiiii Andtiiun. 



Btckj- Andrew 



Wjfij Alljtd 




Riy Amdcf 




L!u Badger! 



FM Buigcir 



Divid Bakrr 



Dwaj'ns Balwf 



Doniu bill 



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Chirks Uirnti 



Jennifer Barrett 



)j.ckit Birr 



Sieve Beamrt 



Keith Senile-.- 




Pjj! Ekrion 


Ktrurt Bell 


K*Em BcttOn 


Phil 1 if Ikiion 


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Penny Benton 


Richard Bcrnabe 


Dime Betty 


Lynn Bilhnpi 


Latry Biu^ac- 




DantH tllatk 



Robert BlantQA 



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Ji* Blij&fd 



Becky Bobbin 



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Prcsi-on Bohbitt 



St-cphamc Boki 



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MkMIc Boulw 



Mitchell Bau 




KjiIii LkwrcmU 



Danny Bottoms 



AnJ:e a Dowirnn 



[Jch'biF bcwnun 



Gitjt Bun-miB 




G-W Ikinrrun 



Hud Buwniiii 



Kir en Bowmin 



.Mirk Sowmjn 



Tom Bowman 




YVonnt Bownun 



G*JI Bin l« 



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An,L'.rf Urjnrli 




Tom Unnfh 



K;t'k'. t1fjnd'.""i 



Julj* Brartnon 



Cifol Brnhcrton 



John Brtndlt 



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Robbie Rtinele 



Tern* Bamk 



Ttfn Ekllton 



AnnrHt EJrnwn 



Othcrin? Brown 




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Jon Bcyim 



Tom Bryint 



Lynn HucJm 



Clifford Bultir 





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Ctiirlfnr Builim 



Tiiu Uullmgion 



Tkidd (Jglirn^ttin 



Amy Burclum 



Kevin Burclum 



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Ronnie Callcrwav 



Liiikrc Cannon 



Lyrtne QrdwelJ 



Tommy <jrico 



JrafSAc Cinon 




ChiiiCinef 


Cindi Ciisd! 


Ddnnir CHS^cvtiti 




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Drinnt Oiilion 



Mildred f li.vj.r-- 



Chru CUxk 



Commili CJaik 



Jimcs ChA 




Ginger Cook 



Rick Cook 



Betsy Cooke 



Piuli Cooke 



Gary Cooper 



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I\i:r:rm Colder 



fticfct Cofiier 



April Own 



Ditu Corn 



Cetii Corns 




Melissa Cox 



StCHT C fj^cf 



Sctrlrtf Crawford 



Tsmrrty Ci*jsp 



Alan Ci«d 




K*Lih dimming* 



Kip l>j:Lln 



Lome DAnlfy 



Cheryl Davis 



Danny Dttvis 



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Ksdrcn l>svi» 



Kifrrri !,>.,■,., 



Sunn Dauif 



Thtodore D»vis 




Jkwl Dinkim 



Mltl 

Rindy Dinkins 



Terry DixOn 



Kim Dtwkcry 



Lisi Dallyhi£h 



Etun.iLJ LSoLlyrmc 



ShtiU DoKyhiw 



Kwr Doufc 



L*J* Qockwy 




Bobby I1-.IW.J., 




Dili Driu^hn 



Doug Drauphn 



Et.il-.ir; Dfjughn 



TT*rtt P*iugh.fi 



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Miry Ruih Dujyum 



Chip Chithjin 



Dtnny Durham 



Jitline DwdiKTL 



G<?rj|d Eirtft 




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Ricky Eicon 


Deborah Ed»Wi 




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Imid El Ehthiim 




Piul Eutunks 



Jtm Eury 



CLiudu Bvjin> 



Armond f ikoori 



Vicktc Farmer 




Eddie- Plrminf 



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Ktf kv I ■•■•■rc-r 



F*rry Fuwlfr 



jMjithcw FqwIm 




Cecillia Fulk 



Dfcwtd G*Hiraoff 



Lyn Gimblc 



John Gammon* 



Siii-r:-. ti>-Cii 




JohB Glfhrtt 



TertM Carmen 



Inn Giih 



Drop Gittii 



Elicti Gtmiy 




Lirry Gentry 



JoiuflLin Gihbofii 



Gary Gibion 



CjftltHi* Cilltipir 



Janet Gish 



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Rill Gocitcl 



Greg Gompi 



Kim Ch-h^v 



Liu Gom^s 



Chid Goim 




K«Ky Gomi 



Mike Co:rH 



Andy Gordon 



Kent Gordon 





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Vpnn Gcu^iin 



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Jennifer Guy 




Sbendin Grey 



Jfirnut Griii'nh 



ftobm Griffith 



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Phil Greene 



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W»lltr Gfttn 



Anfltli Grwnwcjoci Annetir GrcrnwsMd A'i,!r-.v (iKniaiM.: 




Mike Hill 



StntkKl Hill 



fjsucb limn 



Ttrnrcki fljnn 



Tritey Hjral-d 




Mira Hitdi 



Tim I tardy 





Kim Hjrcic > 



Lirry Hiyn« 



[Unify Htwfcs 



Rhonda I lawks 



Ronatcl Hitwkj 




Deana H*»tli 



Suijii tit At); 



Whplt Hclr&n 



Maty Hu(h Hsrtimings 



QlEl Ilrnc:inj:i 




Mijk Htnslfy 



Dehra, I [tictr 



Darlcnc H*wrtt 



I ? ij;h Ann Hcydrn 



DafLfly Him 




Gtdiit Hun 



Kelly Hint 



Lisi Mini 



Sh.iinlii Hiart 



S^won H«tt 



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Wide llotatin 



Ailed HaAgts 



Cmp ] lodges 



J».*(*n Hodgfj 



Tfrcu I lodges 




J<i JS Ann llodgin 



Tim llotcomb 



Birth Ko|l» 



Tony f loll 



John HooJscr 




Stephen Hortoii 



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Dim Mtiruer 



Karen lluiiier 



Ruben II «n.hir> An^nr Kuwait 

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Grtji in£f»m 




Vitktc tiojcr 



Tom Jackson 



Thd*t»»J»m*f 



Rwnn* JarrdJ 



Pim Jure I 




Dontujaivis 



Chandra Jennings 



Dctwmjohnion 



Carol Johnson 



Cnh,y Johnson 




Clsri«ui*Jcihn«m 



Tvlirchf II Johnson 



Rhondj Johnny- 



Ricky Joh titon 



David Joints 



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Shirit) Jones 



Sus-jn Jon« 



Jo-Jo Jwdin 



Afift«it Joyce 



Minna Joyce 




Robert Jo)-c< 



Dale Joy ncr 



Don JoyncL 



Jgjjf Kiilim 



R*ffy K*™^ 




AlUlB Kc)' 



Joel Kl£C( 



'/.owit K:'rn 



Jmie* Kirifibury 



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Go it KingMun 



Drnisr K;:k 



Defem Kirkmin 



llrjdy Umtw« 



Jtrmifc* L*mbcn 




Leah Long 



Su?innc Long 



CKeij-l I owe 



Pjm Lcwue 



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Gary Martin 



Joy Mjiriri 



Hithy Martin 



r> M.irn- 



Sjndri Mann 




Shannon Mimn 



Terri M*nin 



Mirhdlr M*K>n 



I m> V .»■•<. 



Dawn Matrhcwi 



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Debtor Mitthew* 



Derek Mirtbews 



Mj:k Mjlthrw.i 



Rotiin MUthettl 



Mifk Mtpes 




jjiuei MieAntwr 



Mikt McOchnn 



Nancy MfOtin 



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Dune Mccormick 



than WtCrcjry 




Kim Mdlonr 



fim McHtvnr 



Cheryl MeKinnry 



Dinryl Me Kinney 



Dswfl McjniLlian 




AAiriha MrdJey 



T«mrla Mr!!* 



Tonyi Mekon 



IJonm Mercuri 



Tf»ey Merd [1-, 



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Fredtfj MiKhrll 



Sharon Mucrwll 



Anpeln Wcmdiy 



Kim Money 



S-irjIi MoflEgrjrtKT) 




Lita Moore 



Lu»nn Mooie 



Metitta Wow* 



J«pfl Morris 



Brian Woki 




Michelle Murriy 



)ttl Hjnck 



liu N«li 



John Neil 



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Angit Nr'iim 



Saxty Ktwrfljn 



Jfff Nkholj 



Lori Nichols 



[I-i-l-.i: . Ntchofc 




Vicky- \.dm\ 



TtifU Niemitc 



Kim Pii*<Xi 



In Nobk 



Kjrcn Normin 




Ljwrrncr Nmirun 



Amy Nocok«[« 



Barry NoonkfHrr 



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Brian NoonkcHtr 




Shirlft Nunn 




Dou£ O^liotiiF 



Shivrn O'N**! 



Iisj Pacr 



Sand'i Pjck 



Ongory Pafdue 



V. 



Jimm^ Pirduc 



GtSgg Piiitn 



C»yf P"ts 



Cornelia Pa.rr:ts 



Trieey Parries 




Kcnntch Pictcc 



U>J Pi*r« 



Joyce Pipjan 



Kim F« 



(iirlL'J Pot 




\r, ir-.'- - I'i'i- 



Da^td Poi"»iJ**!er 



Sh-eiti Pomdrxtci 



MichcUe Pooit 



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Clnr» Purtei 



Scott Pimr" 



Jjmei Price 



April Pu<krtt 



D*n PVi<;k#t< 




Dennis Puckesi 



Cliad Purdue 



Marii Pylci 



Gin* QnciinbcrTjf 



Odrll Qucscnbrriy 




Domic Hikes 



I llcfcSi Rik« 



JttJlS RaliCfjh 



limn Rsrlcdpf 



ftoiie Rt(«W 




^elijsa Rfinhardt 



Af-i Rnj-noldi 



Kevin Reynold! Rira Richjrd»rt 



Chip Rierson 



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Rick Se«*ll 



Alffon- Shelron 



Prlafii Slidltsn 



Jinrl 5hd«?n 



Junior Skclrtn 




Kevin Shinault 



Don Shore 



Eric ShOie 






V* 




Kcnrath- StK*flOn 



BlIic Slilr 



Sliinritm Stair 



Boarnr SJioghie; 



Annm* Smith 




Bradley Smith 



Cindy Smirh 



VX4 



C.'onme Smith 




Dim Smith 



IXmild Smuh 




Eliiaberh Smirh 



Ifurtry Smith 



Joe Smith 



Kriih Smith 



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RuH}' Smith Sharon Lynn Smir.li 



Sieve Smith 



Tammy D. Smith 



Vilfnna Smith 




DjiIctic Spangltf 



Turn Spifi^lci 



Derrick Sparger 



[■Jthbir Sparks 



Michicl 5pj.rki 



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Judy Spttts 



Tjir.d* -Spfsv 



Uuli Sp^ght 



.■vr i !'.'!■■, Meet 



Kiccn SjmCcf 




Jomihan Jsprinktt 



Tom Sprinkle 



Robin Si, John 



Trai'lc Slcwj-1 



tit4y Slt1f«u 




Mir)' Lou Srroud RindiJI Stroitpe 



Kelky Sullirift 



Fnnfc Sydnor 



W ilium Swift 




Johnny Tun 



Mark Tun 



Ourtrne Tiylot 



[iiin'ii Taylor 



Jinec Tiytor 



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Jennifer Thamu 



Kifcrr Thomji 



Kip Thomwt 



Mj*g«« Thorrai 



Buddy Thnmjifcnn 




Tim TimmOnj 



Srurlttw Toonc 



Karen Tow* 



A^nhj Trivcnr Dovr Tucker 




James Tucker 



Kent Tucker 



Rol>irs Tveti 



Tim Turney 



Jerry Turcfc 



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Pj,ub Tuck 



Sluuc. TudLc 



T»y Vptfcn 



i( .1." h I : ..i V * -j 1 1 ii v 



Tim VanHoy 




Wendy Wall 



Gordon WiLrtrs 



J>.lv d Hugh Warden 



Brian Warren 



Jay Wissoii 



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Tim Wsrscw 



Liurj IK'jfts 



Pji^e Wiits 



Lvn Weddte 



Lee Welch 




Mp^m Wk< 



Tina Wfrflrr 



Brian Vf/hichcf 



Chios Wh:[ikt( 



Rhonda Whi(jxe;r 




I in, \\:.....k 



Charicxtf Williclin 



CarofyiL Ws'llifd 



Mike Willud 



John William* 



Mlk< VH'iliulTH 



Tommy Willurtt* 



frfffli WillumHHi 



Kevin Willi* 




florin* Wilmoch 



Keith Wrlmoch 



Miln Wilmork 



Rchtcci VPilion 



Ttmi Wihtw. 




VilKt Wood 



Chfi* W'wtcn 



Jimte Woodruff 



Karen Woodruff 



hm Woodruff 




Robin Worth 



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MISS NORTH CAROLINA TEENAGER, 1984 



Marsha Medley 





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Marsha Medley, eighteen- yea r-otd daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 
Dwayne Medly of Ennicc h NC, captured her first title, Miss Allegh- 
any High School, in November, 1983- Marsha went on to win a 
second titk in April, I9S-1, at the Global Miss competition. She 
brought home winner's tiophies in the following events: Most Tal- 
ented. Best Model and Best Model of Evening Gown, and she was 
High Overall Contestant, winning her the title of Global Miss 1984. 

The height of Marsha's pageant achievements came on July 14. 
1984., at rhe City Center Marriott Hotel in Charlotte where she 
compered for the covered title of Miss North Carolina Teenager- 
She competed arnOng a field of Over fifty contestants in the categor- 
ies of interview, swim suit, evening gown, and on-siage questioning. 
The title she won is second only to that of Miss North Carolina. 
Marsha's future plans are to continue competing in pageants. 



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Dr. Swinion Rkhardi 
Prctideftt 



Drin of Con(ir,uir.f; EdumtiOfl 




John CcUifl* 
Dfifl of Oumt Edpraion 



Jaf»J. <:iiCiii.: 

Dfin of InsrfuEriionjI $«rvk«i 



VtCe-PreHsfeni of Admintstfieivt Service* 




Jjmei Rcrvri 
Vice-President o!" Smdrni Sccvicei 



Cjrlyk Slicphad 
Dean of Caller PinllsS 



Caries Surfs [< 
Dean of Evening Pogrom 



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STUDENT SERVICES PERSONNEL 




Left w Eight: Shirley tngrim. Shtrry Lowe, Judy Knee and ifecki Monty. 




Su?Jiri , i(, CtMns*1m 




Mtflw] Mr I lone. Pticernenr 

Director. VcttrmJ AffuK 

Coordinator 




Shwiy Madijon, Dirrttoi of R*cord% jnJ 
Regitifiuon 



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Wiyne M<xsir>g*f, Fiawwtft Aid 
Director 




John Bnmc, Counselor 



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FACULTY AND STAFF 




Uc**v AlJiiiJjje 
English 



I •'■•', i ■::: .'■.:,..". 

Muhfftvfiici 







Jpifl Air-.l!'. 

Business 







\Ijx Blackburn. 
ABE Coordinator 



Shrrrt Bljcfcmo.n 
li..\.r.f,i. 



HoKimhtlK 




Arfliw Bennett 
Cammc rc:aJ Art 



English 



Mike Bning 
Mrili/dnnpuicr Science 



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John Crime 
Cuun;elur 



Mif^ticTiic buK _ h»m 






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T**tnt% Ctnti 
Biology 



Dth-bif liranth 
BtJirwij 




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Stew BurthsiV 

Electronic* 



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Mill 



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Frincrii Bryant 

Muiseng 




Diini Cils^iy 
English 




Mirhicl Cook 

Bu5lntss 



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Jerry Q)« 

Computer Science 




ShatlHl t'itn 
Spamih,'Fici'it:h 




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Robert GiJrtfft 
Vocai ioiu I ■Ttc3in.it il 




Jimes Fmk 
Sot »l*>j;y/Piycholo^y 




Piulu GuptOn. 




Hilda Hill 

limine*! 



Dinnv Hayne-s 
MjihinM 



Bobby Hemming) 
Con«iion*l Division 



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J.T. Henson 
CfimiEul JuKiC? 




W;s iiL.il EdnciLiisn 




Wfcl!»m Hicks 
CoTKCiicmil Division 



Cnnnd He'comh 
Social Sctwict 



Ftiflkul EJuciiiDn 




Thurmin Hottir 

Reading/ Efij>I.LsJi 




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jurTiri HdtcheJii 
llisrofL/Economic-i 



Minnir Hykf 



Cwrecriunal DiviNOn 



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Sharon K»N»m 



Sherman Liy*ll 
Business 



CxrQlp Lipltin 
MiEh/FtiyiKt 




Charles MiJluxi 



)(k Miy* 



Will mm MrCichnn 
Mich 







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K'^i 




y^^ jfl >- 






Guy McOnn 
M«h 



Cottnwlor 



Jim MiJkniT 
Cvnccuonil Dm*iOfl 



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Counwk>r 



Jv.'S^ViS^'.V-'-Sf- ^^HB^^^BH "Err 
Kcni Ourlaw 




Joe Rcecr 

M»(3i/Pliysks 




William* Reynolds 
CwtCtiCful Division 



Judy R|g^J 
Learning Lab Coordinate* 



! I.i-i. K: i ; 
Religion 




William SafidtM 
Hisi<wy/'Ait History 



Kobtit Sthu maker 
Drafting 



Norwood Sclby 
English 



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MarfJUtt Shepherd 

English 



MlthiAlK 



Frank Simmons 
Comiruction 










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Psychdogf 




Chirtei StttCfcUnd 

M j:Ii/( <ii:,f..j(r! Science 




Wsllum SifOupe 
B^ofij- 



Roy Tlsonus 
Welding 



Giff Tilltv 
Butinni 



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Gujf ToJbcrt 
ElTcrianiri 



John VinHom 



Edwin Wilri 
EhCfLopy/ClircJ-oitriy 




John Wood 
Elutinr» 



Kjrhy Woodruff 

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Vtcki York 
ItgMrif n 




BrOny Younger 




Our Wcldnnj; Dcpanmrm » beyond repair? 



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PAULA LARKE 
OUR VISITING ARTIST FOR 1984-85 




She's an S,CI tew bom in Winston -Salem, NC, where most recently she 
spearheaded alon^ wirh Moore Alternative School in Winston 'Salem, a 
piojecr called OASIS (Older Adults Sharing in SchooLl OASIS is a 
program which unites our older generation with the younger ones in 
sharing of traditional crafts and stories from our past. OASIS was a 
huge success and hopefully other communities will try (his program. 

She received her [raining in profess tonal theatre on the touting and 
Broadway stage with the New York Shakespeare Festival She has sung, 
danced, and acted in HAIR, TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA. 
AGAMEMNON, and most recently, "for colored gifls who have con- 
sidered suicide/when rhe rainbow is enuf," She has produced, directed,. 
and performed her own musical acts and cabaret readings in concert 
across the United States, 

Mi, Larke is emphatic about the role of the dramatist or actor: "The 
first dramatists ever were the storytellers of each culture, It is my 
ambition to find our storytellers, allow more folk to hear them, portray 
the characters that formed our history and preserve (heir stories for 
posterity." 





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STAFF 




Student Services 

Oick Row. Lynn lltwni, Eileen Kidd, Vondi Comer, Sunn 

Juhnwfl. 

Fiom Row- Otpl LeociW. Jem B*dg*ti. B*ny Beck, 



Business Office 



Fionc Row. Betty Hemming:. Betty Nrivmin. ELizibfih Von. 
Aniii SuHsn. Mdlre Huftmin 




wan 
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Library 

F^Otu Row; Sheila Core, Doris Pun, PiuJine EiJ*. 
Bick Row: And)' Wcbb h Jerry Wnm. 



Bookstore 

Pje Faulty, Tom Wans, Crystal Niston. 




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Claude Marion. Howard Brim. Paul Pilpriro 
Wot pkruredr Ro^sr Snow, Mitt Joyce- 



i irj.h<ni Lawrence 
Superintendent or Building and Ground) 



CAFETERIA STAFF 












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Srattd: Judy Coofc, Scny Jo Burron, Margaret Hardy. Standing Bfuljli \fcriOA, Pat Branch, Yvofinr Hodges, 
Bel™ Ruliiirdson, 



Judy C<»1t 
Maftigtt 




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